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Early Morning Rollover Accident Kills One

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Early morning rollover accident on US-75 kills a Lawrence man in his thirties. Early reports suggest speed may have been a factor in the accident, but the investigation continues. The man was reportedly not wearing his seatbelt.

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Ryun, Jenkins Spar Over Out-of-State Contributions

Posted: 07/22/2008 - The two GOP candidates seeking to challenge Nancy Boyda for the 2nd District Congressional seat each criticize the out-of-state contributions flowing to his or her opponents.

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Woodlands Track Closing in August

Updated: 07/22/2008 - Woodlands tells employees it will close Aug. 24th after track officials could not reach a deal with lottery officials to add slot machines. Lottery official says Woodlands claims it can't survive under current state law.

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Harrah's Projected as Sumner Co.'s Biggest Money Maker

Updated: 07/22/2008 - Consultants claim the proposal by Harrah's for a casino in Sumner County would generate more revenue for the state than the two competing proposals, by Marvel Gaming and Penn National Gaming

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Prosecutors Can Pursue Death Penalty Against Hall

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Attorney's for Edwin Hall, who is accused of the 2007 murder of Kelsey Smith, had sought to have the death penalty taken off the table due to procedural errors by Johnson Co. DA Phill Kline

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Three Juveniles Arrested for Zoo Killings

Posted: 07/22/2008 - A 13 year-old and two 11 year-olds have been arrested for the killings of two cereopsis geese and two black swans at the David Traylor Zoo in Emporia last month.

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Ex-Gymnastics Coach Pleads in Child Sex Case

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Riverton man pleaded no contest to a child-sex charge and failing to register as a sex offender after prosecutors drop an aggravated indecent liberties and 3 of the 4 failure to register charges.

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State Universites Asked to Cut costs

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Kansas' six regents' universities are asked to cut spending as the state braces for a tax revenue shortfall. Gov. Sebelius has asked all state agencies to trim spending by 2 percent; state wants Regents to cut seven percent.

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No Survivors So Far Found Following B-52 Crash

Posted: 07/22/2008 - The Air Force continued to hold out hope of finding survivors Tuesday in the crash of a B-52 bomber off Guam, but a brigadier general said there was no evidence that any of the airmen were alive.

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Rollover Accident Claims One Life

Posted: 07/22/2008 - One person is dead after a rollover accident early this morning. Authorities say it happened at about 3:30 this morning at 75 highway and 93rd St.

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Detectives Bust Kansas Motorcycle Theft Ring

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Riley County Detectives used hard work, cooperation with other agencies and a little good old fashioned luck to recover motorcycles stolen as part of a Kansas crime ring.

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Security Benefit Names Two to Leadership Positions

Updated: 07/21/2008 - John Frye and John Guyot have been named Senior Vice Presidents. Frye is appointed to Chief Financial Officer. He joins Security Benefit from General Electric, where he served as CFO. Guyot has been promoted to General Counsel and Secretary of Security Benefit Corporation.

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Washburn Great "Buzz" Wilson Dies

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Gregory "Buzz" Wilson, 50, died of what are likely heat-related causes. He fell ill Saturday after playing four games of softball. Wilson was part of Washburn's 1987 National Championship basketball team and was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Coach Snyder Addresses Juvenile Justice

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Former K-State football coach Bill Snyder spoke to the Governor's Conference on Juvenile Justice Monday on mentoring young people to keep them from committing crimes in the first place. The conference continues Tuesday.

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Sebelius' "Barack Chalk" Shirt Causes Stir at KU

Updated: 07/21/2008 - A picture of Governor Kathleen Sebelius holding a T-shirt with the words "Barack Chalk Jayhawk'' across the front has caused a bit of a stir with the University of Kansas.

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Speed Limit Increases on Sections of 29th Street

Posted: 07/21/2008 - The Shawnee County Commission Monday approved an increase in the speed limit on the 29th street corridor. It's being raised from 35 to 40 miles-per-hour on SE 29th from Wittenberg Road westward to the Topeka city limits. The speed limit southwest 29th street from Mission Woods drive to Arvonia will also go up to 40.

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Heat Sends Topekans to Hospital

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Heat-related illness led to several hospital visits in Topeka over the weekend. Symptoms include headache, weakness and nausea.

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Slattery Airing First TV Ads

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, Jim Slattery, announced Monday he'll air the first television ads in his campaign Tuesday. Incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts has been airing ads around the state for a few weeks.

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